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Caring for horses
... the saddle blanket is washed regularly. Always check your saddle for pressure areas due to shifting lining, packing, or dried leather girths or saddle ... the skin, causing the hair to fall out leaving red, weeping areas. Your vet can advise you on suitable sprays or powder ... wash well in summer, with special attention being paid to the areas aroung its ears, the girth and between its hind legs. Donkey ...
www.agric.nsw.gov.au

Codling moth control strategies for 1997
... are not recommended in high pressure areas. In areas like parts of NW Michigan, alternate middle row sprays are widely used and very little damage results. Growers with light pressure often ask what to ... mites and green apple aphids. This program works best in areas where the orchards are surrounded by other orchards, ie low pressure areas. If your particular block has woods bordering it, then gravid ...
virtualorchard.net

Hyphal Structure Questions
... It is thought that cytoplasm moves either in vacuolar tubules, or through differences in osmotic pressure. Top Question 4 How does a fungus establish different functions within a single thallus? ... 6 Answer 6 Turgor pressure within the cell provides the pressure to ensure expansion. Selective release of enzymes at the tip ensures turgor pressure is effective only in expanding controlled areas of the ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Mycology - Growth and Development - Hyphal Elongation
... a weakening of the existing wall via enzymic degradation. The internal medium is under pressure largely due to the influx of water because of differences in osmotic potential inside ... The colony also commences differentiation. Resources may be removed from central areas, and fresh growth proliferates in areas where available nutrients have been located. The formation of three dimensional structures ...
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Espaliers
... monotony often created when continuous shrub groupings are used. Also, often there are tight, confined areas where spreading shrubs or trees cannot be maintained effectively. With landscape spaces becoming smaller ... redwood, or of woods which have been treated with preservatives forced deep into the cells (pressure-treated wood). The support framework should be placed next to a wall or fence before ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Weed Management in Home Lawns
... become established. Other insects and diseases can severely damage turf, resulting in bare areas. These open areas are usually slow to recover, thus enabling weeds to become established. High ... areas over which to apply herbicides. Apply herbicides in to 1 gallon of water per 1000 square feet (approximately 20 to 40 gallons per acre). Applicators - For increased application accuracy, air pressure ...
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Extoxnet FAQs - Questions About Pesticide Environmental Fate
... air, soil, water, plants, and animals. The fate of pesticides applied to enclosed areas, such as greenhouse space, and public and private buildings, will differ from outdoor ... which is called its vapor pressure. The media also influences vapor pressure: the more tightly adsorbed or absorbed, the lower the vapor pressure. Temperature also affects vapor pressure: higher temperature results ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - 4-AMINOPYRIDINE
... rest of the flock. After one alarming exposure, birds will usually not return to treated areas. Avitrol is available as grain baits or as a powder concentrate. Formulation: Avitrol is ... Other Solvents: s.s. in benzene and ether [31] Melting Point: 158 C [31] Vapor Pressure: Not Available Partition Coefficient: Not Available Adsorption Coefficient: Not Available Exposure Guidelines: ADI: Not ...
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Reducing Collecting Pressure
... factor in maintaining populations in the wild. The most straightforward approach to reducing collecting pressure is to produce an abundance of plants from seed of normal, representative populations to ... continued to show concern for conservation and selective harvesting of wild areas aware of populations of desirable plants in areas which are scheduled for destruction would allow this resource to ...
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Open Directory - Home:Cooking
... of high-temperature steam under pressure. The utensil is called a pressure cooker, also refered to as a Presto from the name of a company who makes pressure cookers. Recipe Collections If the ... sandwiches and sandwich fillings. Shopping No sites will be listed in this category. Categories in areas of the Open Directory Project offering online buying of food and cooking related products. Snacks ...
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